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    Technically Speaking - Twist Bioscience: Faster Synthetic DNA and the Impact Across Industries
by Emily Leproust and Tim Muma - Jun, 2015
It's no secret the immense value technological advances have brought to a variety of industries. Twist Bioscience is at the forefront of creating synthetic DNA more quickly, making it readily available to companies across countless fields - including food and medicine. Dr. Emily Leproust, founder and CEO of Twist Bioscience, gives Tim Muma all the details on how her company fills voids and makes organizations more viable to gi...
 
    Employment Notebook - Taming the Gremlin: Overcoming the Imposter Syndrome
by Hallie Crawford and Jenna Connour - Jun, 2015
If you’ve ever experienced feelings of self-doubt in your career – believing that you’ve only gotten to your current role because of luck or random chance – you could be suffering from “the Imposter Syndrome.” Hallie Crawford returns to LJNRadio to discuss the harm of such thoughts, and how you can overcome them to be more confident in your career and abilities. Employment Notebook explores various topics of interest to tho...
 
    Management Decisions - Five Manager Must Do Tips to Create an Engaged Workforce
by Ruth Ross and Jenna Connour - Jun, 2015
The topic of employee engagement has been in the spotlight in recent months. Engaged employees are more motivated and productive in the workplace, ultimately leading to a more successful company. As a manager, there are many ways you can help your employees stay engaged. Ruth Ross – engagement evangelist, speaker, and author – joins LJNRadio to offer her insight on the topic. Employment Notebook explores various topics of i...
 
    Moving Up the Ladder - Leadership and Downward Mobility
by Rob Asghar and Tim Muma - Jun, 2015
Leadership roles have traditionally been seen as positions of prestige and ones nearly all people desired. With the ever-changing landscape of the workforce and the expectations, many are shying away from leadership - or at least seriously considering its value. Rob Asghar, author and management consultant, brings the idea of downward mobility to LJNRadio. Rob tells Tim Muma that the practice of downward mobility will encourag...
 
  7 Signs You Suffer from the Impostor Syndrome
by Michelle Kerrigan - Jul, 2015
“You think, ‘Why would anyone want to see me again in a movie?’ And I don’t know how to act anyway, so why am I doing this?”—Meryl Streep “I have written 11 books, but each time I think, ‘Uh oh, they’re going to find out now. I’ve run a game on everybody, and they’re going to find me out.’” —Maya Angelou “I still doubt myself every single day. What people believe is my self-confidence is actually my reaction to fear.”—...
 
  Are You Honest at Work?
by Carole Kanchier - Jun, 2015
Have you ever lied at work? Do you tell half-truths to get the sale or job? Would you lie to a demanding boss to protect family time? Check your Lie Quotient Answer “yes” or “no:” 1. I’ve lied on my resume or fudged reports. 2. I'll fib to avoid arguments. 3. I fail to disclose pertinent information 4. I’ve cheated on school or employment tests. 5. I’d tell a face-saving lie to protect my career. 6. I exagger...
 
  Wear This, Not That: A Millennial’s Guide to Business Casual
by Lindsey Pollak - Jun, 2015
Ripped jeans. Tank tops. Flip flops. Visible bra straps. Wrinkled shirts. Shorts. Micro-mini skirts. Bare midriffs. Five o’clock shadows. Many managers complain that millennials think the same clothes you’d wear to the beach or a nightclub are also appropriate work attire. This is, of course, not a new workplace issue. Complaining about younger generations dressing inappropriately has been taking place forever. But peop...
 
  Millennial Question: Why Does Gen X Love Email?
by Lindsey Pollak - Jun, 2015
“You’ve got mail!” Ah, the days when the ding of a new message was exciting rather than annoying. With all the apps and productivity tools designed to help us manage our email and all the effort many devote to achieving “Inbox Zero,” it’s hard for millennials — and many others — to believe that Gen Xers used to adore email. And our dirty little secret is that many of us still do. Of course, not every Gen Xer feels this wa...
 
  What Successful People Know That You Need To Learn
by Marshall Goldsmith - Jun, 2015
This might surprise you, but success is all about structure. As a matter of fact, we do not get better, we do not change our behavior, and we do not become successful without it! Yet, most people don’t. Not only is having and utilizing structure a challenge, but you have the added test of incorporating the right structure – meaning a structure that fits the situation and personalities involved, including yours. Yet, it’s cr...
 
  Being active in communities can help your career to thrive
by Beverly Jones - Jun, 2015
When I meet new clients, it's sometimes easy to spot the ones who're enjoying resilient careers. Whether they are solopreneurs creating their own thing, or professionals making their way through large organizations, people with thriving work lives tend to share some of the same characteristics, like a positive attitude and an ability to listen. As I chat further with clients, one factor I try to gauge is whether they consc...
 
  One Day Hiring? What a Concept!
by Alexandra Levit - Jun, 2015
John Sullivan is one of the most respected HR thought leaders in the world. I have been reading and citing his ideas forever, and love getting his articles through my ERE.net subscription. John tends to put forth ideas slightly before they catch on in the mainstream, and that’s why my interest was piqued when he introduced the single-day hiring process. We all know that hiring takes too long. By the time your organization g...
 
  What's Your Attitude to Setbacks
by Carole Kanchier - Jun, 2015
Vincent would like to establish his own business, but he’s afraid he won’t succeed. Marion would like to return to school, but she fears she may fail. Abraham Lincoln failed in business, and was defeated in races for Congress, the Senate and Vice President. Thomas Edison had 10,000 trials before inventing the light bulb. Did you learn to walk or ride a bike without falling? What’s your attitude toward setbacks? Do you pe...
 
  How and when to say "I'm sorry"
by Beverly Jones - Jun, 2015
Resilient professionals know when to say “I’m sorry” and when it’s time to stop The way you routinely speak at work may say more about you than you realize. Some words are particularly powerful and should be handled with care. One of those big impact words is “sorry.” It’s typically defined to include emotions like regret, sadness and penitence, but in practice it can have many shades of meaning. And when we say the phr...
 
  7 Proven Ways to Be Happier at Work (Starting Today)
by Melody Wilding - Jun, 2015
Are you happy at work? If someone asked you this question, what would first come to your mind? Maybe you’d evaluate your job satisfaction with the type of work you’re doing — does it fit your skill set and challenge you? Others may equate career happiness to compensation or the prestige of a particular employer. Studies show that people who are most satisfied at their job point to a wide range of features from friendly...
 
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